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Save A Life Group has new leadership in NC Chapter

SAVE A LIFE GROUP for the past three years has been pleased to have many organ donation awareness events, culminated by a golf event fundraiser each year. SALG has been able to assist Donate Life NC, LifeShare Of The Carolinas and the Kidney Associates/Foundation by donating approximately $90,000 in total for their programs that have similar goals of increasing donor registration in North Carolina. We are happy to announce that NC ranks 6th in the country with an estimated 53% of the state registered, when the nationally average is less than 45%. The more that are registered, the more patients on the waiting list that can be saved. It is that simple! Join us in expanding awareness so more lives can be saved.
The board of SAVE A LIFE GROUP NC has recently made some leadership changes that include making Steve Granger, SALG NC Director; Holly Howell, Assistant Dir. and Ken Ragan, Asst. Director. The Team which has many volunteers and supporters will focus on participating in and creating awareness events from Concord to Shelby, and beyond, along with an annual fundraiser golf event. Upcoming events include a booth at the Cleveland County Fair (Sept 28 - Oct 8) and two Health Fairs at Red Ventures (Oct 10 and Oct 12). For more information about SALG NC, please call Steve at 704-692-5723, e-mail Steve.Granger@yahoo.com. Steve, Holly and Ken are all grateful organ recipients.
SALG is also pleased to announce the establishment of a new chapter in South Carolina that will be based in the Charleston area and will be working with the organ procurement organization Sharing Hope. Gary Simmons, the Founder of SALG, now resides in the area and will plan and organize events to create more awareness about organ donation.
For more information about SALG SC, please call Gary at 704-699-3046, or e-mail 1garysimmons1@bellsouth.net. Gary is also a grateful liver recipient.
Submitted by Gary Simmons


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